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Who's Afraid of the Park? 2019

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Trinity Park

Felixstowe Road

Ipswich

IP3 8UH

United Kingdom

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No Refunds

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Join us for a terrifying trail around Trinity Park, Ipswich. Come face to face with your fears on this haunted journey through the unknown.

The trail will be full of plenty of life-like nightmares and certainly not for the faint hearted.

The event is recommended for 14+ years of age. It is at the parent/guardians discression for anyone aged between 12-14 years whether they can take part. Anyone who is 17 years of age or under will need someone to participate with them who is 18 years or over.

Anyone aged 11 years of age or under cannot take part as the event is deemed too scary for younger children. This event is not recommended for the light hearted.

Registration fees are non- refunable.

Before registering please take a few minutes to read our terms and conditions

FAQs


Where will the route take us?

Around Trinity Park. You will not have to go onto the road or leave the park.

Do I need to specify which wave I want to go in?

Yes. When you register, you will be asked which wave you want to set off with. Each wave will be staggered into smaller groups (8 people every 3 minutes) in order to give participants the best experience possible.


18:30 Wave

19:00 Wave

19:30 Wave

20:00 Wave

20:30 Wave

21:00 Wave

21:30 Wave

22:00 Wave


Please arrive 30 minutes before your start time to register.

How much does it cost to take part?

  • Early Bird registration fees: All tickets £20 (Early Bird ticket prices are available until midnight on the 01/09/2019)

  • Standard registration fees: All tickets £25

  • On the day registration fees: All tickets £30

  • Please note that there are no child tickets on sale for Who's Afraid of the Park

Will there be parking?

There will be parking available on site at Trinity Park. There will be a £1 charge per car on the day and all the money will go to St Elizabeth Hospice. Please have change ready to give to the attendant upon arrival.

Where do I come on the day?

We advise that you arrive 30 minutes before your wave sets off to give you plenty of time to register.

There will be signs to point you to the registration areas once you have parked your car on site.

Are there any lockers/storage facilities to leave things at the start?

There will not be any lockers or storage facilities on site please keep your belongings with you or leave them at home.

Will there be toilets?

Toilet facilities are available at the park.

Will it be safe?

St Elizabeth Hospice is working in conjunction with Trinity Park Events Ltd to ensure all aspects of the event are made safe. The hospice hires Woodbridge Medical Services who take care of the first aid provisions during the event.

Stage Security will be providing SIA trained security staff at the event, please be aware that they have the right to search bags and perform random searches in order to keep participants, staff and volunteers safe.

Participants aged 17 years and under must take part alongside a paying adult and be accompanied throughout the event. Please wear sensible footwear.


On no account is alcohol to be brought into the event site. St Elizabeth Hospice reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone that is highly intoxicated. Participants can also be removed from the event if disruption of the event is taking place. Use of the bar area will be closed off to everyone attending the event until participants have finished the route. This is so disruptive behaviour does not occur around the course, for the safety of other participants and actors. Soft drinks will be available to buy in the registration area

Our trained Halloween volunteers will be on hand across the route so be prepared for any tricks they may play!

Is the route wheelchair and buggy friendly?

The ground this year is flat so wheelchair users may take part. However please bear in mind that weather conditions in October may change the terrain of the course, which may effect the ability to go round freely in a wheelchair. Small children are not permitted to take part so buggies are not allowed onto the site.

If you would like to discuss further call 01473 723600 or email fundraising@stelizabethhospice.org.uk

Will there be any refreshments?

Refreshments will be available to buy prior to participants starting and finishing the event.

Can I bring pets?

No animals are allowed to take part or accompany participants along the route. Animals are not allowed to enter Trinity Park.

How old do I need to be?

The event is recommended for 14+ years of age. It is at the parent/guardians discretion for anyone aged between 12-14 years whether they can take part. Anyone who is 17 years of age or under will need someone to participate with them who is 18 years or over.

Anyone aged 11 years of age or under cannot take part as the event is deemed too scary for younger children.


Why do I have to register again at the end of the event?

Registering at the end ensures that everyone is accounted for. This way we will know if anybody is lost or missing. If you leave the walk early you must advise a member of the marshal team, who will be wearing high visibility jackets, or a member of staff on the registration desk.


Can I collect sponsorship from people online?

You can create your own Just Giving page with details of what you are doing, when and why. You can email links to your friends, family and colleagues anywhere in the world and they can donate online by debit or credit card. St Elizabeth Hospice automatically receives any donations made via your page. Simply visit www.justgiving.org.uk.

You can also download a paper Sponsor Form here. Please ensure each individual’s details are added. Gift Aid cannot be claimed without these.

Can I Gift Aid my donation?

You can ask each person that sponsors you to Gift Aid their donation by ticking the Gift Aid box on your sponsor form, if they are a UK taxpayer or pay Capital Gains Tax. For every £1 they donate, we receive an extra 25p.

What else can I do to raise money?

Many employers will match fund the amounts their employees fundraise. Why not speak with your employer and ask them if they will do this. It is quick and simple and won’t cost you a thing. Usually all they require is a letter from us confirming what you have raised and we will happily provide you with this.

How do I hand in my sponsor money?

Please send cheques to: Fundraising, St Elizabeth Hospice, 565 Foxhall Road, Ipswich, IP3 8LX. Alternatively, you can bring the money to the Ipswich hospice.

If you have set up a Just Giving page, we automatically receive all donations made through the website, so you don't need to do anything!

Please do not bring sponsor money to the event.

Is there any other way I can support the event/hospice?

Spread the word amongst your colleagues, family, friends and neighbours and get them signed up too.

I can't find an answer to my question, what do I do?

E: fundraising@stelizabethhospice.org.uk

T: 01473 723600

St Elizabeth Hospice reserves the right to offer promotional discounts and offers throughout the sales process.

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Date and Time

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Trinity Park

Felixstowe Road

Ipswich

IP3 8UH

United Kingdom

View Map

Refund Policy

No Refunds

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